Increasing amounts of evidence has shown that one of the greatest strengths to commercial organic food production is its positive impact on the environment. Unlike other agricultural food production practices, organic food production works with the land’s natural ecosystem to cultivate a sustainable ecology in its surrounding areas that achieves a lasting impression. How many ways does organic farming precisely benefit the environment? The possibilities are overwhelming in number. Let’s take an in-depth look at how organic food production aids certain environmental resources that are key to the agriculture industry.
Benefit #1 – It Facilitates Healthier Soil. Long before official organic standards were defined, J.I. Rodale began studying the relationship between farming practices and soil health in the 1930s and ‘40s. What he discovered was that conventional fertilizers, pesticides, and other chemicals actually robbed the soil of its natural nutrients. Consistent use of organic farming methods, however, improved soil health over time and facilitated a well-balanced soil ecosystem for growing nutritious food.
Benefit #2 – It Preserves Clean Water. Not surprisingly, organic food production practices are much friendlier to water sources than their conventional counterparts. Conventional farming chemicals cause harmful runoff into streams and rivers that kills wildlife, contaminates water supplies, and causes permanent damage to the area’s ecosystem. With organic farming, water sources and the people who use them are spared from these chemicals and their adverse health effects.
Benefit #3 – It Reduces the Risk of Artificial Substances. There is no strong evidence to suggest that the use of GMOs and antibiotics are particularly harmful to the environment, but much uncertainty still abounds. By ensuring the absence of these substances in organic farming methods, farmers can rule out the potential risks and encourage healthy farming practices for generations to come.
Benefit #4 – It May Be the Solution to End World Hunger. Agricultural experts are looking into the potential of feeding the world population with organic food practices. Greater energy efficiency, better performance in drought, and lower operating costs make organic food production an attractive strategy to solving world hunger in developing countries. The steady growth in this industry also opens opportunities for local farmers to make a viable income for their families, thereby strengthening the economy of poorer villages and other areas.
How Organibliss™ Complements Commercial Organic Food Production
Organibliss™ is a premium concentrated neem extract that strengthens crops and increases production yield as a natural plant food. It also reduces environmental stresses on plants. This increases plant health naturally. It works by providing the plant assistance via a scientific process called ‘bioadaptive supplementation.’ This process transfers the neem plant’s resilient African qualities to other plants in a simple and organic foliar spray application. The product is completely safe, natural, and complies with all organic regulations. Curious about Organibliss™ and its promising potential? Contact us today by phone at (989) 839-2343, or send us a message from the Contact Us page on organibliss.com to find out how we can help you achieve your organic food production needs.